After France, Belgium Were Next In Line To Recognise Palestine

Belgium were due to officially recognise Palestine before terror attacks

The Paris attacks occurred shortly after France announced that they intended to officially recognize Palestine as its own sovereign state. Netanyahu had ominously warned France that they were making a “grave mistake” in making their decision shortly before the Charlie Hebdo attacks and Paris shootings in the months following.

Is it a coincidence that Brussels has become the latest victim of a terrorist attack by ISIS militants shortly before their parliament was also due to vote on whether or not to officially recognise Palestine? reports:

Belgium is the next country likely to make some type of move toward recognizing “Palestine,” though it is not clear what form that recognition will take.

There are three resolutions by opposition parties regarding the wording of a resolution, but no date has been set in parliament for a debate.

According to reports in the Belgian press on Wednesday, the ruling coalition is trying to formulate its own resolution aimed at conditioning governmental recognition on certain conditions that will enable it to determine the right timing for such a move.

For example, one version of the resolution says the parliament would call on the government to recognize a Palestinian state “at a time when it deems appropriate,” and enumerates the conditions the government needs to take into consideration: the position of the EU and effective control by the Palestinian Authority of all the territory of the “Palestinian state.”

The Belgian move follows Tuesday’s vote in the French parliament in favor of a nonbinding resolution supporting recognition of a Palestinian state. The British and Spanish legislatures and the upper house of the Irish parliament have passed similar resolutions.

The wave of parliamentary measures on this matter began after Sweden’s left-ofcenter government decided in October to be the first major Western European state to recognize “Palestine.” On Tuesday, the government of Prime Minister Stefan Löfven fell, less than three months after coming to office, and elections will take place there on March 22.

Other legislatures expected to take up the measure soon are the European Parliament, due to deal with the issue in mid-December, and the parliaments of Portugal and Denmark.

Israel’s position is that these measures move an agreement with the Palestinians farther away, since they reinforce maximal positions among the Palestinians and give them the feeling that if they just wait long enough, and push hard enough, the international community will deliver them what they want, without having to deal directly with Israel, or to make any concessions.

  • GSUser

    Fucking Israeli Goat-Fucking Satan-Worshiping Cunts.

    • Blablathingy


      • GSUser

        Seriously, any country that is about to recognize Palestine gets attacked by ISIS “Islamist extremists”, I think Sweden is next. If only like 5 countries at the same time do that so the mainstream media will be busy staging their next drama.

        • joe blow

          the jews have already destroyed sweden through mass immigration


    Brussels was a small false flag. I’m sure they have something else coming soon to a theater near you.

  • Blablathingy

    I’m not a Jew and so I’m still understanding the situation with Israel. For a long time I was very angry about their role in Palestine, and actually I’m still infuriated by it, but I understand a little better about what is going on after watching this talk. He clarifies the situation very well. I don’t think the Jews as a people want to be the creators of hell on earth for other people; I think they are being manipulated and used by the Zionists. But regardless, what it gets down to is they all need to stand up against the Zionists and we all need to do the same because the Zionists are very powerful and very evil and they don’t represent the true Jewish perspective. I hope you don’t mind me posting this but it helped me understand. I hope and pray from the bottom of my heart that somehow we can all come together and treat each other with kindness, and extinguish all the evil forces that have hijacked our goodness and humanity. Hate won’t fix the problem, but understanding may have a chance to.